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Microchip Check Gets Cat Home Five Years Later

Sparky the cat was living in a shelter when Kelly Harrison, DVM, of University of Florida, checked the information on his microchip.

Hurt While Saving Owner, Dog Wins Hambone Award

Kismet, a 4-year-old Jack Russell terrier is Salt Lake City, saved his owner during a home-invasion robbery.

Gift to Pay for Surgical Rooms at OVC

The $2.5 million donation came from La Fondation Emmanuelle Gattuso.

Banfield Sets Up Emergency Fund for Employees

Employees affected by natural disasters can apply for a grant of $500 to $3,000 from The Banfield Better Together Fund.

iVet360 Earns RACE Approval

The website offers webinars and training courses.

Virginia Tech Gets Cutting-Edge CT Scanner

The Pegaso HD CT device is the first of its kind on the East Coast

"I Would Do It All Again."

Dr. William Folger doesn’t regret testifying against cat-killing vet, Kristen Lindsey.

Personal Wellness Gets Zoetis’ Attention

Zoetis adds seven videos addressing mental health on their VetVance website.

Merck Dog Flu Vaccine Approved

The vaccine, Nobivac Canine Flu Bivalent, controls subtypes H3N8 and H3N2.

Why VCA West Coast is One of the Best-Equipped Hospitals in the Nation

An interview with medical director J. Michael Walters, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVECC, of VCA West Coast Specialty and Emergency Animal Hospital in Fountain Valley, Calif.

Changes Urged in Tortoise Hibernation Practices

U.K. veterinarians report tortoises are coming out of hibernation suffering from inappetance or anorexia.

Researchers Seek Genetic Keys to Canine Behavior

Two companies are working on what they call the world’s largest canine behavioral genetics study.

PSI: More Pet Sitters Are Watching Chickens

A Pet Sitters International study shows a 58 percent increase in chicken pet sitting.

BVA Reports Falling Stress Levels Among Students

Stronger support from schools are helping veterinary students' mental health.

Why You Need to Choose Chew Toys Wisely

Fractured teeth, worn teeth or trauma to soft tissue of the oral cavity are only a small number of problems that can occur when dogs chew on the wrong toys.

Why Vets Need to Raise Our Voices

It's time to recapture the term "veterinarian recommended."

Veterinarians: Haters Gonna Hate, But You Don't Have To

On the value of gratitude and positivity in veterinary practice.

The Latest on Veterinary Cardiology

How the advances in canine medicine improve heart health and the lives of pet patients.

13 Things the Mentally Strong Don’t Do

No. 10: "They Don’t Give Up After Failure."

The Hazards of Chinese Herbs

A look at the research.

20 Ways to Give Top-Notch Pet Patient Care

A review of Kirby’s Rule of 20, a classic checklist of 20 important patient parameters.
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